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Welcome to Paragon Hotel

Address: 145 Alcester Street, Birmingham, B12 0PJ

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In the vibrant Irish Quarter, Paragon Hotel is just a 15-minute walk from Birmingham's centre and The Bullring shopping centre. This impressive Victorian hotel offers traditional home-cooked food and free Wi-Fi. The bright and airy bedrooms each have a flat-screen TV with Freeview channels. All rooms feature a private bathroom and a work desk, and tea/coffee facilities are provided. The Princess Helena Restaurant serves a varied menu, featuring fresh seasonal produce for dinners and a generous breakfast buffet daily. The cosy Naylor Bar offers a range of beverages and light snacks. Paragon Hotel Birmingham is a 5-minute drive from the ICC and New Street Railway Station. Free parking is available and both the NEC and Birmingham Airport are a 20-minute drive away.

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Birmingham New Street Railway Station - Railway Station

Birmingham New Street Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.66 miles (1.06 km)
Birmingham New Street is a major railway station located in the centre of the city of Birmingham, England. New Street is Birmingham's main railway station, and is a major hub of the British railway system. Due to its central location, railway lines from all over Great Britain run into it including lines to London, Manchester, Scotland, Wales, Bristol, Penzance, Nottingham, Leicester, Shrewsbury and Newcastle. The station is also a terminus for many local services from throughout the West Midlands conurbation. Including the local Cross City railway line, servicing Lichfield, Redditch and stations in between. Direct trains run to more stations from New Street than from any other station on the British railway network.

Birmingham City Football Club - Football Club

Birmingham City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.88 miles (1.42 km)
It is only in the last few seasons that the Blues have began to rid themselves of the tag of 'perennial under-achievers'. Birmingham's history is littered with disappointments and near-misses, and 1963's League Cup success stands out not because they defeated arch-rivals Aston Villa in the final but because it remains the only time they have won a major trophy. Promoted to the Premiership via a penalty shoot-out in 2002's Division One Play-Off Final after a 16-year absence from the top-flight, the Blues performed creditably last season and avoided the drop comfortably. Backed by David Gold's millions, it remains to be seen whether they can match or beat their highest top-flight position (sixth in 1956), but at least they're finally getting closer...